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Since 2009, nearly 300 New Hampshire citizens have joined CoCoRaHS New Hampshire to provide agencies, educators, researchers and the public with daily observations of rain and snow.  This network of volunteer weather observers has reported thousands of precipitation observations statewide covering historic storms including Tropical Storm Irene and many winter storms.  CoCoRaHS observers also participate in other observation networks and provide researchers with daily snow reflectivity (albedo) measurements as part of the NH-EPSCoR funded project entitled "Climate Forcing of Surface Albedo in New Hampshire and Northern New England." 

Snow-surface albedo observations available at: CoCoRaHS-Albedo

We thank all of our observers from Portsmouth to Keene, across the Lakes Region and the White Mountains, to the Northern edges of Coos County who have helped us better understand and prepare ourselves for what New England weather has in store for us.  Please continue to help us measure precipitation by reporting every day because we know that "Every Drop Counts."

To join CoCoRaHS in New Hampshire click here: Join CoCoRaHS



What Do I Need?

  • Enthusiasm and desire to watch the weather.
  • Willingness and dedication to take regular daily precipitation measurements, preferably between 6-9 AM.
  • To participate in an online or group training session.
  • A manual 4-inch rain gauge, available at reasonable cost through a preferred online CoCoRaHS vendor.  See CoCoRaHS home page
  • Computer with internet access.
  • Snow board or flat non-grassy surface in an open area.
  • Yard stick or ruler.

How to Join?

Select the application link and enter your information about your location and your contact preferences. You will receive a welcome e-mail with your new CoCoRaHS ID and instructions. As soon as you have completed the online training and have a username, password and a rain gauge, you many enter observations immediately!

Training Sessions

Training is required for all observers. Initially, the best method for training will be to go through the online training presentations and videos.

We will occasionally have in person or webinar group training sessions in your area and will be listed below when scheduled.

Training Webinar - Winter Observer Training on 30 October 2020 @ 6 PM EDT.  Click here to register.  

CoCoRaHS New Hampshire Contact Information:

New Hampshire State Co-Coordinators

Derek Schroeter, Hunter Tubbs, & Nikki Becker

Mary Stampone
New Hampshire State Climate Office
Department of Geography
University of New Hampshire
Durham, NH  03824
603-862-3136
mary.stampone@unh.edu


County Coordinators                                                                       

Belknap - Brendon Hoch - brendon.hoch@erdc.dren.mil
Carroll - NWS Gray - gyx.vwxobs@noaa.gov
Chesire - NWS Gray - gyx.vwxobs@noaa.gov
Coos - NWS Gray - gyx.vwxobs@noaa.gov
Grafton - Brendon Hoch - brendon.hoch@erdc.dren.mil
Hillsborough - NWS Gray - gyx.vwxobs@noaa.gov
Merrimack - Brendon Hoch - brendon.hoch@erdc.dren.mil
Rockingham - John Kelley - john.kelley@noaa.gov
Strafford - Mary Stampone - mary.stampone@unh.edu
Sullivan -Brendon Hoch - brendon.hoch@erdc.dren.mil

 

If you wish to notify the National Weather Service of severe weather in your area please file a severe weather report online at NWS Severe Weather Report.